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|16k||Commemorative postal cover on the occasion of Medregal's (SS-480) launching, 15 December 1944 at Portsmouth Navy Yard, Kittery, ME.||Courtesy of Jack Treutle.|
|26k||Commemorative launch day badge from Medregal's (SS-480) launching, 15 December 1944.||Courtesy of James A Munroe in remembrance of his father Raymond L. Munroe Sr. who worked at the yard during WW II & Korean wars as a chauffeur.|
|51k||Medregal (SS-480) circa WW II photo.||USN photo.|
|83k||Medregal (SS-480), Clamagore (SS-343) & Cubera (SS-347), at Key West in 1948.||Courtesy of Jack Treutle.|
|160k||The Medregal (SS-480) was overhauled at the Charleston Shipyard in 1952. The overhaul was completed three weeks ahead of schedule despite the addition of a Snorkel system.||USN photo courtesy of Robert Hall.|
|451k||The Medregal (SS-480) still sports a deck gun, 17 February 1953.||USN photo # USN 477652 courtesy of Scott Koen & ussnewyork.com.|
|184k||Submarine races between the Medregal (SS-480) & the Marlin (SST-2), circa mid 1950's.||Courtesy of John Hummel.|
|726k||From left to right: Mackerel (SST-1), unknown, Medregal (SS-480), Batfish (SS-310) & Chivo (SS-341) at Key West, 1955.||Courtesy of John Hummel.|
|156k||Medregal (SS-480) underway, Pacific Ocean, 1961.||US Navy photo from the Dictionary of American Naval Fighting Ships, courtesy of Joe Radigan, MACM, USN Ret.|
|71k||Starboard side view of the Medregal (SS-480) underway, circa 1960's.||US Navy photo courtesy of Scott Koen & ussnewyork.com.|
|138k||Plaice (SS-390) & Medregal (SS-480) at Mare Island, Calif., circa early 1960's.||USN photo courtesy of ussubvetsofwwii.org.|
|63k||Medregal (SS-480) underway, Pacific Ocean,.||US Navy photo from ussmedregalss480.homestead.com|
|248k||Medregal (SS-480) underway, off Hawaii.||US Navy photo courtesy of Scott Koen & ussnewyork.com.|
|565k||Medregal (SS-480) blazes a trail across the waters (due to too much brightness).||US Navy photo courtesy of Scott Koen & ussnewyork.com.|
|121k||On 13 July 1965 Medregal (SS-480) was in a collision with a freighter while submerged in the South China Sea. Returned to Subic Bay for repairs. Extensive damage was done to the sail, all periscopes and snorkel system were completely inoperative. After patched up in Subic Bay, returned to Pearl Harbor for a short while then to Mare Island, Vellejo, Calif. for major repairs. Arrived back in Pearl Harbor late December 1965.||Text courtesy of wikipedia.org.|
US Navy photo # 69642 1965-9-10, courtesy of San Francisco Archives, Mare Island Navy Yard Ship Files via Tracy White @ researcheratlarge.com.
Photo added 01/20/13.
|726k||Medregal (SS-480) on 24 July 1968.||Courtesy of Chris Howell.|
|361k||Medregal (SS-480) is spelled with two E's, but only one appears.||US Navy photo courtesy of Scott Koen & ussnewyork.com.|
|101k||Medregal (SS-480) decommissioning ceremony, 1 August 1970.||US Navy photo from ussmedregalss480.homestead.com|
|361k||View of the decommissioning of the three submarines at Mare Island on 1 August 1970.|
Left to right: Pomodon (SS-486), and Medregal (SS-480) outboard of Segundo (SS-398).
|Photo # 99510-8-70 TH, courtesy of Mare Vallejo Naval and Historical Museum via Darryl Baker.|
|426k||The colors are lowered for the final time aboard Segundo (SS-398) with Medregal (SS-480) outboard.||Photo # 99514-8-70 TH, courtesy of Mare Vallejo Naval and Historical Museum via Darryl Baker.|
|430k|| Seven inactive submarines at Mare Island on 30 April 1971. |
Left to right: Cusk (SS-348), Rock (SS-274), Bashaw (SS-241), Spinax (SSR-489), Pomodon (SS-486), Medregal (SS-480), and Diodon (SS-349).
Photo by Ted Stone and negative given to the shipyard in 1995.
|USN photo courtesy of Darryl Baker.|
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